Kelly Osbourne Aims for Movie Debut
Kelly Osbourne may just turn into the princess of all media. Variety reports that Ozzy and Sharon's daughter, 17, is in negotiations to costar and sing in Disney's remake of the 1976 movie "Freaky Friday," which originally starred Jodie Foster and Barbara Harris. The story deals with a daughter-mother pair who argue constantly, only to wake up one day to discover they've switched identities. Lindsay Lohan and Annette Bening will headline the new version. Osbourne would play the Lohan character's best friend and is expected to contribute at least one song, which she would sing in the picture, says Variety. Besides her role on the MTV hit reality series, "The Osbournes," Kelly covered Madonna's 1986 hit, "Papa Don't Preach" on "The Osbourne Family Album." And the whole Osbourne clan make a cameo in "Austin Powers in Goldmember," which opened last Friday. Earlier this week, Kelly's papa, Ozzy Osbourne, played his last date with Ozzfest 2002 in Atlanta so he could begin a three-week leave of absence to be at wife Sharon's side as she receives chemotherapy treatments in her battle with cancer. He plans to return to the tour on Aug. 22 in Denver.
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